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this is a live picture from the courthouse in orlando, florida where jurors have just reached a verdict in the murder trial of casey anthony. >> anthony is accused of killing her two-year-old daughter caylee. jurors deliberated for ten hours if convicted of first-degree murder, she could get the death penalty. they could find her not guilty or convicted of her second degree manslaughter. >> they have reached a verdict of casey anthony. we're waiting for word. they are expected to read it out loud around 11:15.
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>> we'll bring it lives live when it happens. >> coastguard has sent a c-130 to help search for american tourists after a fishing boat overturned. >> several bay area residents are among the missing after their fishing trip in the sea of cortez turned into a disaster. terry mcsweeney joins us from the coastguard station in alameda with more. >> reporter: right off the top, the mexican navy is in charge of search and rescue operations but u.s. is helping out with a c-130. 56 hours after the boat capsized if there are any remaining survivors this is the best chance to find them. the u.s. coastguard is sending a c-130 to mexico. >> it has a range of about 3,000 miles and can state air in excess of eight hours.
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so it gives you the ability to do stay up for a long period of time and cover a larger space than say a helicopter. >> one american has been confirmed dead but 19 were rescued. they grabbed coolers and life vests as they waited to be rescued. this is what survivors described, a sudden violent storm around 2:30 morning, a large swell swamping the 115 foot vessel sending them in the water. gary wong in san francisco was out with three brothers and one is still missing. >> i heard yelling and my brother got up and we heard in the hallway, say get out, get out. help me, help me. help me. the water was up over his head.
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>> other survivors from the north bay and the east bay. this as you mentioned an annual 4th of july fishing trip, as years gone by they used to spend the night on shore. this year they decided to spend the night on that boat. live in alameda, "abc 7 news". east bay fire investigators are busy trying to determine if illegal fireworks caused a multitude of fires on july the 4th holiday. illegal displays could be seen in the sky in oakland. amy hollyfield is live at a fire station. >> firefighters tried to get a legal fireworks off the street. they have barrels where they want people to turn into fireworks. look at what they got. back here at 60th street, those
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are powerful, those didn't go up in the sky but plenty others were ignited. illegal fireworks decorated the sky last night. >> literally explosive all around. my mother has alzheimer's and i have a problem with sleeping. forget the sleep. it was just horrible. >> the oakland fire department said there were no fires or injuries related to the illegal fireworks. they are considering the night a success. it on doesn't look like that skates further east. fighters dealt with at least half a dozen grass fires. >> we've been busy this evening. >> overhead illegal fireworks were on display. they say it's too early to blame fireworks like this one they battled but it seems like a connection is likely. >> you don't have sane and safe fireworks, they are illegal. that is one of the reasons to try to make sur
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>> in bkeley twan st fires th l u t night sky. this ignited a little after 11:00. the roof of a building caught fire but firefighters aren't ready to say that was caused by fireworks. some residents would have liked to have seen more police officers out trying to keep the streets safe. >> i don't know. they could maybe patrol around or something for the police because we did see someone with a gun last night. the shooting in the sky. >> i called the oakland police department several times this morning including the police office and chief himself. i wanted to ask him and how it went on their end and no one has returned our calls. fire investigators are also looking to whether fireworks had anything to do with a blaze that
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destroyed ten cars at an east oakland storage yard. the fire broke out around 5:30 at 45th and international. it took three dozen firefighters about half an hour to put out the fire. they put it at a minimum of $150,000. the illegal fireworks shows just went beyond oakland. take a look at this video from the east san jose last night. no reports of any damage or injuries from any of these fireworks. >> a man is recovering from a fireworks' related injury in concord. several of his fingers were severed by fireworks. paramedics rushed him to a nearby hospital. no information on the type of fireworks he was using. >> new details are emerge becoming the fiery crash involving a big rig truck and amtrak train in a nevada desert. it comes from a lawsuit filed by
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an aten can't. she said she was trying to lead passengers through the burning wreckage but they were blocked by a baggage door. they had to double past bodies and jump down about 15 feet from the window to rocky rail bed below. the accident killed six people. anderson's attorney is trying to determine if the doors on the baggage door should have been locked. >> you won't believe how one woman tried to sneak her husband out of prison. >> when is a new time to buy a new computer. how long to do electronics really last. >> and judge is about to read the murder trial. she is now in the courtroom. the young mother is accused of killing her own daughter. we'll bring it to you live.
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in mexico police arrested a woman who was caught trying to sneak a suit case out of prison containing her husband. they say prison guards stopped her afterwards while she was pulling a suitcase because she
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looked nervous. when they opened it up, a man curled up inside in the fetal position. the husband was serving a 20 year sentence for illegal weapons possession. >> let's shift gears and talk about money and how to save it. >> if you feel like you are working too hard to replenish the money to replace the products you buy. you should get new running shoes every three months. we tested them at a lab after 500 miles one pair had a minimal damage and one showed no wear at all. that was no surprise to testing experts. >> your running shoes is how many miles. if you are running 25 miles a week, you need to replace them more quickly than someone as a casual runer. >> myth number two, expired
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foods will make you sick. actually the fda the date stamped has to do with quality, not safety. other than meat, foods past their date are not dangerous. they may not be as nutritious or flavorful. number three, must get your oil changed every 3,000 miles. >> i called ten shops andd them how often i should change them. seven said every 3,000 miles. three said every 4,000 to 5,000 miles. they were all wrong. it says right here in the owner's manual, every 7,500 miles. >> myth 4, expired drugs can make you expire. >> allergy medicine they will be good for several years after they expire. one thing you want to do to make them last longer, get them out
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of the bathroom. >> myth five, your computer becomes obsolete as soon as you buy it. if you shop on line and check your mail, it will work just fine. >> there is no reason to up grade. >> and myth number six, of you of the ink cartridge when your printer says so. they conducted tests and found some ink cartridges are 40% full when the indicator says they are empty. there you have it the facts on half a dozen replacement myths. >> that was elizabeth leemy. we want to take you to napa. this is the valley hospital where there is an incident that happened, apparently according to the fire department, two female workers at a vineyard at big ranch road arrived earlier
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hand they were sprayed with some sort of pesticide. they are conscious and breathing normally. they were taken to the hospital. they want to decontaminate them outside. that is a decontamination unit before they bring you inside for treatment. we have a report of several people being decontaminated there and we will straighten this out and bring you late breaking developments. >> right now the verdict is in the casey anthony trial case. we've been talking about that the judge is planning to read a verdict in about a minute from now. let's take a look at the courtroom and the judge here. >> the jury has reached a verdict. >> state is ready to proceed. >> defense? >> defense is ready. >> to those in the gallery, please do not express any signs of approval or disapproval on the reading of the verdict.
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let's return the jurors. good afternoon ladies and
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gentlemen. have you reached a verdict? >> yes, your honor. >> would you hand it to the court, please.
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would the defendant rise along with counsel. madam clerk, you may publish the verdict. >> the circuit court of the ninth judicial circuit in for orange county florida, state of florida versus casey marie anthony. as for the charge of first-degree murder, verdict as to count one, we, the jury find the defendant not guilty so say we all, orlando, original county florida, fifth day of july signed by foreperson. as to the charge of aggravated child abuse, count two, we, the jury find the defendant not guilty association say we all orange county, florida, fifth day of july, 2011, signed
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foreperson, as to the charge of manslaughter of a child, verdict as to count three, we, the jury find the defendant not guilty, so say we all, orlando, county, florida, fifth day of july, 2011 signed by foreperson. as to the charge of providing false information for law enforcement officer as to count four, we find the defendant of guilty of providing false information to a law enforcement officer as charged in the indictment. so say we all dated orlando, orange county florida, 5th day of july. as to the charge of providing false information to law enforcement officer verdict count five, we find the defendant guilty of false information to a law enforcement officer as charged in the indictment. so say we all, dated orlando, orange county florida, 5th day of july, signed by foreperson.
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as for the charge of providing false information to a law enforcement officer, verdict of count six, we find the defendant not guilty -- sorry, we find the defendant guilty of providing false information to a law enforcement officer as charged in the indictment so say we all, dated orlando, orange county, florida signed by the foreperson. >> a as for the charge of providing false information, verdict of count seven, we find the defendant of guilty providing false information to a law enforcement officer charged in the indictment so say we all, orlando, orange county, florida, 5th day of july, 2011, signed by foreperson. >> mad fepern,yoay poll the jury. >> number one. >> injure number one.
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>> you've been stunning breaking news while the young 25-year-old murder has been found not guilty on first-degree murder charges as well as manslaughter. the jury finding her guilty of lying to authorities at this point in the death of her two-year-old daughter caylee back in 2008. prosecutors had contended she murder heard child and disposed of the body. the child drowned and she was kidnapped all in the past right now after ten hours of deliberation. jury finding her not guilty. >> and they found her guilty on four counts of lying. she is according to the jury, a liar but not a murderer. we are going to take
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we a blanket of fog but we know it's cooler in san francisco. >> the heat wave continues to hit the inland neighborhoods harder than anyplace else. >> we're looking from emeryville back, you can see alcatraz, hiding the golden gate bridge. that sea breeze bringing the cooling wind and notice as we look back berkeley hills, from back to mount diablo, temperatures could reach
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triple-digits today. let's take a look at satellite, pretty clear except right along the coast. that is what is going to keep you cooler along with parts of the bay. still mid to upper 50s around the bay. 59 in oakland and low to mid-70s and most of the bay shore and head inland, wealth of on the's from santa rosa all the way from concord to san jose to rs. monterey and santa cruz, sunshine breaking out in watsonville and 72. hottest day inland is today, coolest at the coast as we saw with the temperatures. cooling trend begins for everybody and then a typical pattern, afternoon sunshine and seasonal temperatures for the weekend. for today, right around average, one degree warmer and two in redwood city. farther away you are from the golden gate bridge, san jose six degrees warmer and 9-11 degrees warmer than average. those temperatures will run
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through 8:35 when the sun sets. mid to upper 90s for most people in the east bay valleys. 72 at berkeley and 77 into san leandro and 84 in fremont. mid-80s near the bay in the south bay. warm to 94 in los gatos. 76 in millbrae, low to mid-80s for the peninsula. mid-60s along the coast and even low 60s daly city and sunset. 72 in south san francisco and a lot of low to mid 90s in the valleys. 78 in santa cruz and near hundred near morgan hill and gilroy. first game, clear and 74 dropping down to 61 by the time the a's and mariners end their game. across the bay, head over to san francisco, 7:15, clouds are rolling in, it will be cool dropping down to 60. if you are heading out tomorrow,
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cloud cover around the coast and spilling into the bay with 50s and 60s are dominant features. the high pressure is going to give way to an area of low pressure, that is going to mean an increase in that sea breeze in inland neighborhoods tomorrow. temperatures will drop 2-6 degrees inland and keep that person friday, so we'll drop 6-14 degrees by friday. that is where it's supposed to be. coming up on "abc 7 news" at 4:00 and 5:00, tidpi hedron -- we have the wrong picture. that is the casey anthony story. again we have the wrong video. also i want to tell you about the good fat that helps you lose weight. scientists are looking how to put it to good use. >> finally this morning, penguin
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that turned very far away from home. he was found two weeks ago near death. >> he is a lot better. good for him. >> that is it for now. >> thanks for joining us. bye-bye.
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(speaking in international language) and he said unto them go ye into all of the world and preach the gospel preach the gospel  ♪very creature in the world. (applause) 

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